PhD Annual Yearbook New Series Volume 1 October 2009

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Robbins, Derek, Cudworth, Dave, Sefre, Dayjour, Whittaker, Ed, Goett, Solveigh, Ikoniadou, Eleni, Hakim, Jamie and Branch, A. 2009. PhD Annual Yearbook New Series Volume 1 October 2009.
AuthorsRobbins, Derek, Cudworth, Dave, Sefre, Dayjour, Whittaker, Ed, Goett, Solveigh, Ikoniadou, Eleni, Hakim, Jamie and Branch, A.
Abstract

An edited volume with contributions from six PhD researchers in the school of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of East London. Each contributor details their research work in progress. Topics in this volume include: Gypsy/Traveller children in England, refugee experiences in Education, Atget at Bercy, The textile self re/collected and a virtual conceptualization of the digital. This edition also includes two book reviews: Pitcher, B., (2009), The Politics Of Multiculturalism: Race and Racism in Contemporary Britain, Hampshire, Palgrave Macmillan and Back, L., (2007), The Art of Listening, Oxford, Berg.

KeywordsPhD research; Humanities and Social Sciences
Year2009
ISSN2041-9090
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10552/513
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Print2009
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Deposited21 Jan 2010
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Robbins, D. et al. (eds) (2009) PhD Annual Yearbook New Series Volume 1 October 2009: Crossing Conceptual Boundaries I, London: University of East London..

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